Public schools announce media festival winners

May 17, 1998

The Carroll County Public Schools Resource Center recently sponsored its annual School Media Festival in photography and video production.

The three Best of Show winners in photography were: Seth Annis, Westminster High, first place; Andrew Colson, Mount Airy Elementary, second place; and Tiffany Tarbet, Elmer Wolfe Elementary, third place.

Winners, by type of photo and grade level, were:

Experimental, first place: Samuel Hochheimer, kindergarten through two, Manchester Elementary; Drew Hann, three to five, Manchester; Kyle Barber, six to eight, Northwest Middle; Rachel Dyky, nine to 12, Westminster.

Second place: Olivia Fajardo, three to five, color, Morning Star; Amy Reightler, six to eight, color, Morning Star.

Still life, first place: Jacob Heflin, kindergarten to two, monotone, Elmer Wolfe; Nick Johnson, kindergarten to two, color, Mount Airy; Amber Maurer, three to five, monotone, Manchester; Tiffany Tarbet, three to five, color, Elmer Wolfe; Rachel Dyky, nine to 12, monotone, Westminster; Amy Reightler, six to eight, color, Morning Star.

Second place: Erin Fletcher, kindergarten to two, color, Morning Star; Allison Borrelli, three to five, color, Mount Airy; tie between Jessica Guerico, Mount Airy Middle, and Shannon Dailey, North Carroll Middle, six to eight, color.

Life study, first place: T. J. Desmond, kindergarten to two, monotone, Manchester; Nathan Bell, kindergarten to two, color, Elmer Wolfe; Nicholas Pivar, three to five, monotone, Elmer Wolfe; Tiffany Tarbet, three to five, color, Elmer Wolfe; Christian Adami, six to eight, monotone, North Carroll; Kyle Barber, six to eight, color, Northwest; Justin Shay, nine to 12, monotone, Westminster; Rachel Dyky, nine to 12, color, Westminster.

Second place: tie between Molly Malarkey, Mount Airy, and T. J. Desmond, Manchester, kindergarten to two, color; Amber Maurer, three to five, monotone, Manchester; tie between Megan Ruby, Manchester, Justin Walsh, Hampstead Elementary, and Andrew Colson, Mount Airy, three to five, color; Bob Swartz, six to eight, color, Morning Star; Stephanie Manuel, nine to 12, color, South Carroll High.

Landscape, first place: Jennifer Pivar, kindergarten to two, monotone, Elmer Wolfe; Evan Stultz, kindergarten to two, color, Elmer Wolfe; Andrew Colson, three to five, color, Mount Airy, Jennifer Warner, six to eight, monotone, North Carroll; Kyle Barber, six to eight, color, Northwest; Nicholas Parker, nine to 12, monotone, Westminster; Seth Annis, nine to 12, color, Westminster.

Second place: Brianna Stefanelli, kindergarten to two, color, Hampstead; Amber Maurer, three to five, monotone, Manchester; tie between Brian Leiter, Elmer Wolfe, Christopher Swartz, Morning Star, and Emily Wollenweber, Hampstead, three five, color; Shaun Salmon, six to eight, color, Mount Airy; Stephanie Manuel, nine to 12, color, South Carroll.

Honorable mention: Kindergarten to two: Jake Wink, Eldersburg; Evan Stultz, Jacob Heflin, Elmer Wolfe; Samantha Pietryak, Hampstead; T. J. Desmond, Manchester; Zachary Miller and Katelyn Hepner, Morning Star; Molly Malarkey, Mount Airy. Three to five: Christopher Bolster, Eldersburg; Dresden Moreno, Hampstead; Denise Nott, Manchester; Christopher Swartz, Morning Star. Six to eight: Amy Reightler, Morning Star; Christian Adami and Danny Nott, North Carroll; Corinne E. Hamblet, Northwest. Nine to 12: Stephanie Manuel, South Carroll.

Certificate of appreciation: Kindergarten to two, Sabra Bushey, Eldersburg, Dustin Mathers, Hampstead; Lorne Haines, Manchester; three to five, Corey Clemo, Eldersburg.

In the production division, the second-place winners were Kaitlyn DeBandi, kindergarten to two, Eldersburg, for "Firefeathers: The Turkey Who Didn't Know About Thanksgiving"; and Nicki White, Steven Kemph, Sean Considine, Jennifer Milstreed, Kristopher Walter, Mike Ruby Jr., Chad Koehler and Ryan Beaver, three to five, Friendship Valley, for "Explorer Commercials."

Pub Date: 5/17/98

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